A momentous day

Discussion in 'B&W: Film, Paper, Chemistry' started by chimneyfinder, Aug 24, 2012.

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    Just a clarification: film and paper falls within the obscurely named Personalized Imaging and Document Imaging department of Kodak, which is a part that is being sold. Not the clearest of management statements, but probably to be expected from this reeling, punch drunk, embarrasingly clueless corporation.
     
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    Perhaps when the stills film section is spun off, it'll be renamed 'Nodak'... :-D

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    I just want to know the future of T-Max, Tri-X, Ektar, and Elite Chrome.
     
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    T-max and Tri-X are "Profesional Film" , Elite Chrome is a discontinued Product.
     
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    Charles:

    On the other thread about this it is made clear that all of the still films are included in the offer for sale. Only commercial motion picture film and some of the special purpose industrial and scientific products are to be retained by Kodak.
     
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    Yeah, T-Max and Tri-X are part of the deal... and yeah, I forgot that ALL Kodak slide films have been discontinued. :/